Castlevania: Nocturne, a spin-off from the beloved TV series, has been revealed by Netflix

The show will star Richter Belmont, a descendant of Trevor Belmont and Sypha from the original episode, who was announced at Netflix Geeked Week. Maria Renard, another character from the original games, will join him. It will take place during the French Revolution, though you can probably expect a lot more monsters than what history books tell you about.


Richter and Maria are the main characters of Castlevania: Rondo of Blood, as well as previous games in the franchise such as Castlevania: Symphony of the Night.

Netflix was planning a new series built in the same universe with a new cast of characters, according to the entertainment news website Deadline in April 2021. The spinoff series was announced in June 2021 by executive producer Kevin Kolde, director Sam Deats, and assistant director Adam Deats, all of whom worked on the original series.


In May 2021, Netflix released the fourth season of the original series. There were ten episodes throughout the season.

Despite just having four episodes in its inaugural season, IndieWire named Castlevania the seventh most popular streaming show of 2017. The following seasons of Castlevania had a positive critical response, with the third season receiving a 95 percent Tomatometer score on Rotten Tomatoes and the second and fourth seasons receiving a 100 percent Tomatometer score.

Samuel Deats, the series' director, will return to bring the fang-filled spin-off into vamp fans' eyes, alongside Kevin Kolde, the Castlevania anime's executive producer for many episodes, and Castlevania writer Clive Bradley. Powerhouse Animation and Project 51 Productions are presently working on Castlevania: Nocturne.

Netflix has not yet indicated when Castlevania Nocturne is set to premiere.
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